Emerald Coast Chapter
Chapter Region: Southeast Region
President Name: Mr. Jason Vosatka
Address: Post Office Box 1584, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida 32542
The International Test and Evaluation Association (ITEA), headquartered in the United States and incorporated in the District of Columbia in 1980, is a not-for-profit professional organization dedicated to furthering the professional and technical interests of the test and evaluation community. World-wide, ITEA is the leading association for professionals in the field of test and evaluation.
President: Mr. Jason Vosatka
Past President: Mr. Nathan King
Secretary: Mr. Jacoby Jackson
Treasurer: Mr. Buff Tibbetts
Board of Directors – 2018 Class:
Mr John Rafferty
Mr. Josh Martin
Dr. Jeffrey Riemer
Ms. Catherine Snow
Mr. Scott Thompson
Mr. Nic Roca
Awards – Mr. John Rafferty
Education – Mr. Kevin Burns
Program – Mr. Chris Brunson
Membership – Mr. Josh Martin
Election Chair -Mr. Ron Higdon
Graduating High School Seniors,
Part of the International Test and Evaluation Association’s (ITEA) charter is to further interest in science and engineering through familiarization with the career field of ground and flight test and evaluation. Additional information about our organization and this program are located on the national web site web site at http://www.itea.org/.
The Emerald Coast Chapter (ECC) of ITEA promotes this endeavor by offering scholarships to college-bound, graduating seniors. Award of these scholarships will be based on academic achievement, leadership; extracurricular and community activities; demonstration of a basic knowledge of test and evaluation; as well as overall communication skills. For AY17-18, we were able to award three $1000 scholarships. Applicants must be U.S. citizens; full time students; and residents of Okaloosa, Walton, or Santa Rosa County for the entire academic year of application.
Accompanying this notification is the scholarship application, as well as more in-depth scholarship information; both available for download. These documents should also be posted on your school’s web site.
The scholarship application should be completed and returned to ECC ITEA either electronically or via the US Postal Service (instructions are on the bottom of the application) by March 1, 2019. Time permitting, ITEA encourages guidance departments to review applications prior to submittal, but students are authorized to submit applications directly to ECC ITEA.
Counselors will be notified if you are selected. At the discretion of your high school, ECC ITEA will be happy to provide a representative to announce this selection at your school’s end-of-year awards program. The monetary stipend itself will be sent directly to the recipient’s college registrar through ITEA National by the start of the fall semester.
If I can answer any questions, please call me at 850-882-0800 (work); 850-582-6063 (cell); or send me an email request at email@example.com.
KEVIN P. BURNS
Chairman, ECC ITEA Scholarship Committee